WhiteBeam - Transparent Endpoint Security

Transparent endpoint security


  • Block and detect advanced attacks
  • Modern audited cryptography: RustCrypto for hashing and encryption
  • Highly compatible: Development focused on all platforms (incl. legacy) and architectures
  • Source available: Audits welcome
  • Reviewed by security researchers with combined 100+ years of experience

In Action


From Packages (Linux)

Distro-specific packages have not been released yet for WhiteBeam, check again soon!

From Releases (Linux)

  1. Download the latest release
  2. Ensure the release file hash matches the official hashes (How-to)
  3. Install:
    • ./whitebeam-installer install

From Source (Linux)

  1. Run tests (Optional):
    • cargo run test
  2. Compile:
    • cargo run build
  3. Install WhiteBeam:
    • cargo run install

Quick start

  1. Become root (sudo su/su root)
  2. Set a recovery secret. You'll be able to use this with whitebeam --auth to make changes to the system: whitebeam --setting RecoverySecret mask

How to Detect Attacks with WhiteBeam

Multiple guides are provided depending on your preference. Contact us so we can help you integrate WhiteBeam with your environment.

  1. Serverless guide, for passive review
  2. osquery Fleet setup guide, for passive review
  3. WhiteBeam Server setup guide, for active response

How to Prevent Attacks with WhiteBeam

WhiteBeam is experimental software. Contact us for assistance safely implementing it.
  1. Become root (sudo su/su root)
  2. Review the baseline at least 24 hours after installing WhiteBeam:
    • whitebeam --baseline
  3. Add trusted behavior to the whitelist, following the whitelisting guide
  4. Enable WhiteBeam prevention:
    • whitebeam --setting Prevention true

WhiteBeam - Transparent Endpoint Security WhiteBeam - Transparent Endpoint Security Reviewed by Zion3R on 8:30 AM Rating: 5